HELP jobs

HELP is a great place to contribute as a worker or volunteer.  We are passionate about making a difference to the lives of survivors and get to walk with people as they heal. 

Our values base extends to the ways that we run the organisation, with an inclusive culture and a firm belief in consultative, shared decision-making.

Get more information on opportunities to volunteer at HELP Auckland here.

Full-time or Part-time (22.5 – 37.5 hours per week)

Our Crisis Team is looking for a qualified Counsellor, Psychotherapist or Psychologist, preferably with post-qualifying experience to join our Crisis Day Team. Our service includes 24/7 telephone counselling and face-to-face support sessions, supporting clients through police and medical interviews and procedures.

Whilst our service is available 24/7, this role is operational between Monday – Friday between 8am and 6pm. We are looking for someone to work between 3 – 5 days per week. All staff are required to be available on Mondays for Team and Agency meetings. The Crisis Team is based in a lovely villa very close to Mt Eden Village.

What you need:

  • Registration with a NZ Governing Body in Counselling, Psychology, or Psychotherapy.
  • Experience/knowledge working with sexual violence and family violence trauma survivors is an advantage.
  • Full, clean and current driver’s licence.
  • Cultural/ethnic sensitivity and awareness of Te Tiriti O Waitangi principles.
  • Strong work values and a great team player.
  • A genuine interest in people, social causes and alignment to HELP’s vision and values.

What we provide:

  • A continuous learning and development environment to enhance your skill set.
  • Commitment to supporting your wellbeing.
  • Ongoing training and professional development.
  • A strong, supportive, and friendly close-knit team.
  • Regular access to supervision and support.
  • Closedown between Christmas and New Year’s.

Please only apply through SEEK here.
Or if you would like more information on the role, you can email: recruitment@helpauckland.org.nz.